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    The Upland Almanac Winter 2020

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    The Upland Almanac Winter 2020

    This issue features Minnesota Covers, A Season of Sharptails, Old-Timey Pheasant Facts, Artist Profile: Bill Harrison, Redefining Limits, Sleeping with the Princess, and much more.

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    Love, Hate, Roosters

    Pheasants Forever Author: E. Donnall Thomas, Jr.

    It had been a long slog through a long patch of frozen cattails. The previous day’s cold snap had... ...Read More >

     

    Gordon Gullion: Sage of the Ruffed Grouse

    Ruffed Grouse Society/American Woodcock Society, Anthony Giattino

    Gordon Gullion played an integral role in the study of ruffed grouse as well as the history of th... ...Read More >

     

    Rolling Plains Quail Research Foundation November 2020 Newsletter

    Dr. Dale Rollins

    
With another quail season upon us, a good friend recently asked what RPQRF has done for quail si... ...Read More >


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    Greetings

    column by: John C. Gosselin

    We are in the midst of another set of glorious upland bird seasons in all the different states. Some of us are wrapping up woodcock hunting while others are getting ready for their seasons to begin. Throughout the sweet spots in their range, grouse and pheasant seasons are in full swing. And in the South and Southwest, the best is yet to come for quail. ...Read More >

     

    Dreams ... Delivered

    column by: Staff

    Eldorado’s Jak O’ Hearts ...Read More >

     

    Flushes & Noteworthy Points

    column by: Staff

    We found we can get the same result and then some by using a widely available “handcuff”-type cable clamp instead of the strap. The difference between the two is that it only takes one hand to employ the clamp. The clamp can also be used in the same manner on the SureCan fuel cans. ...Read More >

     

    Fire Away!

    Pointer Acrius
    column by: Staff

    This is another decent, functional gun imported by Legacy Sports International of Reno, Nevada. It’s manufactured by KRC AV Ltd. in Konya, Turkey. As always, the finish and features are fine, but they aren’t the “fine art” of Italian shotguns costing 10 times more. ...Read More >

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